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26 Apr

Interviewing for Deeper Understanding of the Candidate

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When you’re ready to hire a cannabis industry candidate, it’s essential to go beyond their experience to determine intangibles — such as work ethic, reliability and honesty. This post offers a few ideas and tools to both help candidates, and help interviewees as they are interviewing for a

29 Apr

The Difference Between Telling and Teaching

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A lot of companies use lecture-style presentations in order to ‘teach’ their employees what they need to know, and the cannabis industry is no different. But this style of passing along information–where a presenter simply tells budtenders or grow technicians what they need to know

16 May

Managing Plant Health for Optimal Quality and Yield: Notes from CannaGrow

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Long-time grower, Cannabis Cup winner, and cultivation consultant Jennifer Martin, shared her tips for managing plant health at the CannaGrow conference May 8th and 9th in San Diego. Following are the highlights from her presentation. Presenter: Jennifer Martin, Cultivation Sector. A leading cultiva

16 May

Tissue Culturing: What is It? And Why Should You Do It?

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If we want to preserve an excellent strain, traditionally we save the mother plant. We’ll cut clones from her branches, plant them, and perpetuate her genetics for as long as she survives. Cloning, however, presents some serious limitations. For one, if the mother plant dies, then we have to depen

16 May

Cannabis Compliance: What Pesticides Are Safe for You to Use?

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The aim of every grower is to produce a high-quality, high-yield crop. But the succulent, green and vibrant plants are not only appealing to consumers, they can be appealing to bugs, too. And growers are weary about letting even a portion of their grow succumb to devastation. Pesticide use can cause

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